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## Points Minus Par (PIMP Data for Points Leagues)

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yellowdog wrote:
thinkspin wrote:
sorgi2evans wrote:bump

when you get to calculating how many point hes projected to have, do you have to change that manually or is there somewhere where you can put a code in?

Glad you gave this a bump, or two, or three...

Anyway, I just add the IP/GP calc to rotospin. Still don't think it matters much.

Yellowdog, let me know if I got it right...

For pitchers: Divide points/IP to get points per inning, which is a better indicator of value than simply going by points.

For Hitters: I usually don't bother with games played. It's not that important.

This is Done. I did both IP and GP...
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think,

I believe what you did was divide the PiMP by IP. What I like to do is divide points by IP to get points per inning. I then figure PiMP using this number. Read my first post in my top 100 thread. I referred to "PiMP" as "Value". I think you'll see how I figured it.

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yellowdog wrote:I believe what you did was divide the PiMP by IP. What I like to do is divide points by IP to get points per inning. I then figure PiMP using this number. Read my first post in my top 100 thread. I referred to "PiMP" as "Value". I think you'll see how I figured it.

This is the same thing. I display the PMP value and the PMP / IP. When I devide by IP should not matter...
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o nvm, I didn't know that roto times had a calculator
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ok I'm doing this for a 8 man league right now. For pitchers it's 2 SPs, 2 RPs, and 3 Ps. Because of odd settings the closers get more points than the SPs. Should I just assume that the other people will start all closers in the P spots and do the top 40 closers and the top 16 SPs or should I do like 28/28?
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btw, the top 24 RPs are all projected to score more than Santana, the top SP
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sorgi2evans wrote:ok I'm doing this for a 8 man league right now. For pitchers it's 2 SPs, 2 RPs, and 3 Ps. Because of odd settings the closers get more points than the SPs. Should I just assume that the other people will start all closers in the P spots and do the top 40 closers and the top 16 SPs or should I do like 28/28?

If the RPs are more valuable than the SPs in your scoring system, then you should take advantage of that. I would say stick with the 40/16 ratio.

If you post the cats, I will check it for you...
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well actually the site I used to calculate it didn't have shutouts or complete games so SPs would go a little higher
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sorgi2evans wrote:well actually the site I used to calculate it didn't have shutouts or complete games so SPs would go a little higher

I don't do projections but I do know that those cats usually get overlooked because of the small number produced each year.
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